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Super ATA Job Opportunity

ATA Staff September 18, 2014

Director of Information Architecture The Archery Trade Association is seeking a Director of Information Architecture to support the ATA’s innovative Archery360.com and Archerytrade.org web and social media platforms. Candidates should satisfy a set of primary and secondary responsibilities and qualifications and provide full contact information for references. Some travel is expected. Work will be from a home office in the ATA virtual private network. An interest in archery and/or bowhunting…

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New P&Y President: We Must Work with the Archery Industry

Patrick Durkin August 22, 2014

Soon after the Pope & Young Club elected Jim Willems as its president March 2, he said it was time the Club moved forward and shifted focus away from issues that no longer matter to most bowhunters. Willems, a resident of Farmington, New Mexico, replaced Roger Atwood of Idaho. In his first statement as the P&Y Club’s president, Willems – a recurve shooter – put it this way: “Bowhunters today hunt with everything from self bows and flint to the latest compound with…

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ATA Board Meets, Makes 11 Important Decisions

Shannon Rikard July 31, 2014

“We begin at 8 a.m. today and adjourn Thursday at 2 p.m.,” said Scott Shultz, president/owner of Robinson Outdoor Products and chair of the Archery Trade Association’s Board of Directors. “What we do in between can be just another meeting or it can be the wildest, most impactful Board meeting we’ve ever had.” Shultz’s challenging and inspiring words opened the ATA’s Board of Directors meeting this summer, which was attended by most of the 18-member…

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ATA Will Help Fund Archery Facility for National Champions

ATA Staff June 18, 2014

The Georgia Southern University archery team won several national championships recently, and soon will practice at a new facility funded in part by the Archery Trade Association. The nearly $7 million Shooting Sports Education Center is being built on the university’s campus in Statesboro, Georgia, and is scheduled to open for public use by Feb. 15, 2015. The Center is a partnership between Georgia Southern University and the Georgia Department of Natural Resources (DNR). The Georgia…

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